My 17 year old got a 16 year old pregnant. I was not ok with the situation but her mother was. The 16 year old has been living at my house the past 4 months, her mom didn't care but now baby is due her mom wants her home. Mom and step dad smoke we...
This is a tough question for several reasons. First, your son had sex with a minor and could fact criminal charges. The Department of Families & /children could get involved and investigate the home situation, but the state would find out what the circumstances of the pregnancy are. I suggest that you talk with your attorney to see what, if any, other alternatives are available.See question
My brother passed away in 2010. about 8 years earlier he adopted his wife niece and nephew. For some reason, my brothers’ wife convinced my mother to go to the courthouse and signed a paper for the adoption process. Ever since my brothers’ death, ...
Adoption files are generally sealed from public view - but that's where the document should be. You could contact the attorney who prepared the adoption papers - but he/she probably will not answer the question.
It really doesn't matter what mother signed at this point in time. The adoption went through and the children are part of your family. If your mother wants to exclude the children from her estate she should see an attorney ASAP to have a new Will drawn.
Executor fees are generally awarded as a % of the estate, but the executor should keep a time sheet of what he/she did and how long it took.See question
last april i signed over legal guardianship of my 4 yr old son without an attorney im wondering if i was mislead about being able to get him back one day.
The only legal guardianship is awarded by a Judge - unless there is a law where you live that you can sign over guardianship, You need to contact a family law attorney or guardianship attorney and show him/her the document you signed.See question
My mother is an alcoholic and im in a bad position and my dad has offered me a place in his home but we dont want to get the courts involved
If mother was awarded physical custody in the judgment of divorce, she has the right to keep you with her. Father could petition the court for a change in custody arrangements. That is the technical answer. But, you don't want to get the courts involved. If your mother would sign a statement that you can move, that should work. But, if she will not sign it or willingly let you leave, it will be difficult. Do your parents live in the same community? It's easier to move if it's in the same community and you promise to visit your mother weekly. Good luck!See question
Just got married, Very much in love but we started taking care of business after the wedding and now my new husband is starting acting strange. I own many property, and had an aneurysm 6 yrs ago. We got home after the wedding and my new husband st...
You needed a prenuptial agreement before you got married. Now, your option is a post nuptial agreement - if your husband would sign it. I hope you will be able to solve this problem. You need to see an attorney to prepare your Will and Powers of attorney (perhaps an older child can serve as your agent) and a post nuptial agreement re estate distribution.See question
Since all this has started she has made some bad life choices. She has asked that I over see her health and well being threw all of this.
Only your wife can give you the power; please contact an attorney to have the documents prepared.See question
This contains nomination for guardianship of my daughters baby
The will would be filed in Olmsted County if the decedent resided there at death.See question
My grandmother died a little over a year ago. My Aunt handled everything and no one else in the family got anything from my grandmother either monetarily or items. Based upon some things my Aunt is doing now with my Grandfathers trust, I can see t...
Check with the probate court in the county where your grandmother resided to see if a Will was filed with the court. Trusts do not have to be filed.See question
i am the caregiver of a 65 year old man that really has no family and he has alot of money
An executor must follow the decedent's Will or Trust. The executor would not benefit as a beneficiary, but would be able to charge a fee for administering the estate. An executor cannot change a Will or Trust. If there is no will or trust, the assets flow according to State Law.See question